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EmbroidMe to expand in five Central American countries
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Oct '12
EmbroidMe, the world's largest embroidery franchise, announced today the signing of a Master Franchise agreement with Ernesto Martinez and Adolfo Martinez for development in Costa Rica, Panama, El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala over the next several years. The agreement was signed last month at the Annual EmbroidMe Master Summit Conference in Nice, France.

Ernesto and Adolfo first became EmbroidMe Master Franchisees in August 2011 when they signed on to expand the brand in Nicaragua. This new agreement will allow them to expand into all of Central America, adding five countries to their previous agreement.

"We are thrilled to have Ernesto and Adolfo expand EmbroidMe throughout Central America," said Mark Johnson, President of EmbroidMe. "This is a very exciting time for EmbroidMe and we look forward to bringing our brand to more countries around the globe and expand our footprint."

With nearly 400 locations across the U.S., Canada and Australia, EmbroidMe is the largest embroidery franchise that specializes in full-service custom embroidery and screen-printing for apparel, as well as promotional products and gifts to both private and commercial segments. As part of its aggressive growth strategy, EmbroidMe is seeking to expand its presence in markets across the U.S. and in countries such as Brazil, Mexico, France, United Kingdom and Germany.

To fuel this growth, the company is looking for specific franchise candidates seeking to be a part of a $20 billion industry and who also have the desire to learn and follow a system that ensures value and customer satisfaction.  Qualified franchisee candidates should have business sales or management experience, but no formal franchising background is necessary.

Since its inception, EmbroidMe has offered full-service promotional options to both small and large businesses.  EmbroidMe serves as a Promotional Marketing Partner to its clients, currently offering more than 800,000 promotional products designed to help businesses build their brand and make lasting impressions.

EmbroidMe, Inc., a privately owned company, is the world's largest embroidery franchise with hundreds of retail locations worldwide.

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